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3- Rational Investing:

3- Rational Investing:

 Graham advocates for rational decision-making in investments, urging investors to base decisions on careful analysis rather than succumbing to emotional impulses.

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Being an ambivert person, I am too much fond of reading, and always eager to learn.

In essence, the ideas from "The Intelligent Investor" offer a holistic framework for making well-informed, rational decisions, managing risk, and pursuing long-term growth. These principles extend beyond the realm of investing and are valuable tools for navigating life's challenges and opportunities with prudence and intelligence.

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